Programmers develop the coding of applications. It’s crucial work but it is nothing without the work of a good Web Designer. This is the person who creates the first image we encounter—the visual layout of the product. In our new series of Web Designer articles we will explain more about their tasks and role in projects, as well as the tools of the trade. We’re starting with mockup design—one of the first steps in our cooperation with a client.
Nearly two years after the release of version 2.0 and two months from the latest 2.9, Microsoft has released the newest version of TypeScript – the language we use in our projects. Let’s see what changes have been made and how they can affect our daily work.
There are so many elements to coordinate when you’re running an event company. Your clients’ ideas are getting crazier and crazier, your budget is limited, time is running out, and suppliers are knocking at your door. At the same time, exhibitors are eager to see a visualization of the event space and the sound system provider is pestering you for the deposit. Is it possible to stay sane and keep control over the whole process? We’d like to share our ideas with you on how to manage your business more effectively using data visualization.
Recently I’ve explained how to create a GoJS diagram, as well as how to set and style edges. In order to make the diagram fully interactive, we still need to give the option of inserting elements. To do this, we’ll create a palette built into GoJS.